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How The Making Of The First Implantable Pacemaker Went Through SUNY

What do hearts, batteries, and the moon have in common? Wilson Greatbatch, a distinguished alumnus and former member of the engineering faculty at the...
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Can We Replace The Black Box With A Virtual System? SUNY Research Says Yes

Dr. Junaid Zubairi of SUNY Fredonia had been searching for a way to use his computer science expertise to enhance airline safety, but he needed to fin...
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Created at SUNY, The Smallest-Ever 5-Nanometer Transistor is Set to Transform Technology

Bigger isn’t always better; in the semiconductor business tiny is tops. That is, the more miniscule the transistors, the more of them that can be pi...
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The Future is Here – Research is Bringing Us Robots That Can Map and Sense Their Surroundings

On the University at Buffalo‘s North Campus, Karthik Dantu is working on a set of robots so robust they’ll be able to navigate in crowded indo...
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Faster, More Secure Wireless Data? New Modulation Technique Shows Promise For More

From the toddler glued to “Finding Nemo” on Mom’s phone, to neurologists in different cities sharing brain scan imagery on iPads, people...